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Looking for my old Mk3 (short edition)

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Post  miloTheGreat on Mon Oct 24, 2016 9:52 am

Posted this in facebook and was advised to try here...

Though I might try and track down my old Scamp. See if this rings any bells with members.
Mk3, almost identical to the demonstrator, colour wise. The kit was made around 1990, I sold it around 1996 to a friend of a friend.
- Full cab kit. Full weather rear.
- Q plate.
- I did originally have a tail drop, but the chassis wasn't very ridged, so I had it converted back.
- 1100 mini donor
- Cloth Recaro's
- Metro dials
- HiLo's front and back.
- Wheels were from a Imp, Yokohama semi-slicks.
With the following differences: -
- It was a short version, (no middle pillar section) It may have been one of the first.
One tell-tale parts were the rear engine mounts were not long enough so I had to have extra plating added to these parts to meet the mounts.
I don't have number plate to hand, I would need to dive through some photos to find it...
If it rings any bells.

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Post  Rum Tum Tugger on Tue Oct 25, 2016 8:21 am

If you could thus dive for the number, it would be a great help.  Any of the other visible details could have changed.

The only Mk3 identified on my database as a swb model is DDE 62P, advertised for sale in "Scampers" magazine in 1999.
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